bootloader err:a5,69,35,00,21 on an urooted droidx

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  1. Graciq321

    Graciq321 New Member

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    Ok... Just got this Droid X. The charging port on last one broke had no problems. I'm going out of town tomorrow need a phone ASAP. How do I fix this!?! screen displays only on the charger.

    Bootloader
    30.04
    err: a5,69,35,00,21

    battery low
    cannot program

    Been through the blogs and they're not making any sense. The phone won't let me get past this step. Black screen when not plugged in. I've held buttons down (particularly the power, volume, camera buttons while on wall charger) and nothing... a whole lot of just the afore mentioned screen.

    When I do the button holding when plugged into computer the error code and cannot program goes away. Phone still doesn't start... The very unhelpful Verizon Associate said I should've gotten a samsung... what an ass... I digress...

    please obi wan kenobi you're my only hope... no seriously... someone who knows how to do this better than me you are my only hope.

    -grace
     
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    furbearingmammal Super Moderator

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    Do you have access to another battery or an external charger? You'll need one because with the battery low there's no way to flash the phone.

    Unfortunately the phone won't charge in the bootloader -- so if you don't have access to another battery or an external charger you'll need to butcher a USB cable (any cable will do) to trick the phone into thinking it has a full charge.
     
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    hmm... what do you mean by butcher? cause i'm game to tear some sh*t up right now!
     
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    How about a weapon of mass destruction on a very, very limited scale.

    Got a wire stripper? :icon_ devil:
     
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    it so happens that I do!
     
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    Okay. I'd strongly recommend you NOT do this on a Motorola-branded microUSB cable as a cheapie dollar store one should work just as well.

    Credit to csealpcr for posting this and whomever he found it from.

    NOTE: I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGE DONE TO ANY PHONE, BATTERY, ETC. FOLLOW THESE STEPS WITH CAUTION TO AVOID RISK OF DAMAGE.
    This has worked for at least one other person with problems. Make sure you're cutting the end you don't plug into your PC, and be careful. I REALLY hope this fixes your problem. :)

    :rockon:
     
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    You're my hero... I'll give it a try in the morning. I'm going to see if verizon will let me borrow a battery to flash my phone. if not... I have options!

    Thank you So Much!!!

    -Grace
    dancedroid
     
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    Happy to help! :) Good luck!
     
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    Fascinating and I can vouch that it really works, I have such a cable for emergencies.
     
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